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  • 06/18/13
    SNAP Works for Children and America
    The Supplemental Food and Nutrition Program (SNAP), formally called Food Stamps, serves children and families by providing targeted assistance to purchase food when they need help most. Since the worst recession in decades began in December 2007, millions of low and middle income parents have lost their jobs and the security of knowing their children would never go to sleep or to school hungry. While these parents work to get their family finances back on track, SNAP has served as a critical support in ensuring their children's daily nutritional needs are met.
  • 06/18/13
    SNAP Works for Children and America
    The Supplemental Food and Nutrition Program (SNAP), formally called Food Stamps, serves children and families by providing targeted assistance to purchase food when they need help most. Since the worst recession in decades began in December 2007, millions of low and middle income parents have lost their jobs and the security of knowing their children would never go to sleep or to school hungry. While these parents work to get their family finances back on track, SNAP has served as a critical support in ensuring their children's daily nutritional needs are met.
  • 04/22/13
    Overview of President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Proposal
    A breakdown and analysis of the President's 2014 budget proposal as it relates to children and families.
  • 04/22/13
    Overview of President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Proposal
    A breakdown and analysis of the President's 2014 budget proposal as it relates to children and families.
  • 04/01/13
    Children in the States Factsheets 2013
    These factsheets provide basic stats and rankings regarding poverty, health, hunger, child welfare, early childhood development, education and youth at risk for children in the states.
  • 04/01/13
    Children in the States Factsheets 2013
    These factsheets provide basic stats and rankings regarding poverty, health, hunger, child welfare, early childhood development, education and youth at risk for children in the states.
  • 12/03/12
    Protect Medicaid for Children
    Medicaid is a lean, efficient, and popular program that enables children to become healthy, productive, taxpaying members of society. Without Medicaid’s strong protections, coverage guarantee and individualized health and mental health coverage, many children would go uninsured, increasing short and long term costs for states and local communities. As our nation’s leaders make critical decisions about America’s economic future, Medicaid -- which provides comprehensive health and mental health coverage for millions of children -- must remain exempt from cuts or structural changes that would undermine its critical protections.
  • 12/03/12
    Protect Medicaid for Children
    Medicaid is a lean, efficient, and popular program that enables children to become healthy, productive, taxpaying members of society. Without Medicaid’s strong protections, coverage guarantee and individualized health and mental health coverage, many children would go uninsured, increasing short and long term costs for states and local communities. As our nation’s leaders make critical decisions about America’s economic future, Medicaid -- which provides comprehensive health and mental health coverage for millions of children -- must remain exempt from cuts or structural changes that would undermine its critical protections.
  • Portrait of Inequality 11/13/12
    Portrait of Inequality 2012 - Black Children in America
    CDF produced "Portrait of Inequality 2012", a report showing the gross inequalities facing Black children compared to White children, across all critical indicators of wellbeing.
  • Portrait of Inequality 11/13/12
    Portrait of Inequality 2012 - Black Children in America
    CDF produced "Portrait of Inequality 2012", a report showing the gross inequalities facing Black children compared to White children, across all critical indicators of wellbeing.
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